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Oh no, i bought a freelander

Discussion in 'Introduce Yourself' started by webber236, Nov 18, 2013.

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  1. webber236

    webber236 New Member

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    Hi i'm Steve and a new Freelander owner.

    Didn't realize there would be problems so soon!!!!! Wish i had visited here before buying it :)

    PS I hate head gaskets!!!!:mad:
     
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    They are easy enough to change, I've recently done mine following a step by step guide on here.
     
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    lee3022 New Member

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    Mate of mine at work turned up with a gaylander just over a week ago, "oh but it's had the head gasket done already" yep week later the head gaskets gone again
     
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    couldn't have been done properly then, I guess?
     
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    kurtjohnson10 Well-Known Member

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    True, it doesn't matter if it was done a week ago, if they haven't done it correctly then they may as well have not done it at all
     
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